Nov. 21, 2011
The University of Wisconsin-Stout School of Art and Design is sponsoring the biannual custom light fixture exhibit “Illuminate” at the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts.
The free student exhibit, in the lower level gallery, features works that reflect 18 periods in art and design history. It runs through Monday, Nov. 28.
A total of 24 students are displaying works created in the Lighting Design class taught by assistant professor Julie Peterson. The students are art majors, with an interior design concentration.
The exhibit helps students prepare to “design effective lighting solutions for people within a variety of interior environments. This project truly has them apply what they have been learning about for the first half of the semester,” Peterson said.
The students, their projects and the design periods (in parentheses) that their works represent are:
• Danielle Morley, of Whitelaw, and Katie Oja, of River Falls, “The Barcelona Lamp” (Bauhaus)
• Kelly McDermott, of Eagan, Minn., “The Family Portrait” (Victorian)
• Katie Bilderback, of Brooklyn Park, Minn., “The Metallic Fortress” (Deconstructivism)
• Marty Thorpe, of De Pere, and Jackie Wilz, of Minnetonka, Minn., “Lloyd” (Arts and Crafts)
• Sara Panning, of Burnsville, Minn., and Jenae Quarve, of Shoreview, Minn., “Stilts” (International)
• Nicolette Morgan, of Elk River, Minn., “Ombre” (Futurism)
• Sophie Kjeldgaard, of West Allis, “Blue Coat” (Federal)
• Sarah Melaney, of West Bend, “Indivisible” (18th Century American Colonial).
• Autumn Ash-Bastian, of Eau Claire, “Noor” (Islamic Architecture)
• Robyn Bunnell, of New Glarus, “BrellaChic” (Dada)
• Hannah Ford, of Reedsburg, “Regence” (Roccoco)
• Brittany Kaiser, of River Falls, and Erica Nelsestuen, of Pine Island, Minn., “Meimu” (Minimalism)
• Katrina Knaack, of Menomonie, “Beamer” (Tudor Revival)
• Elizabeth Lewis, of Beldvenville, “Carres” (Art Deco)
• Kelly Madden, of Stillwater, Minn., “Linear Luminescence” (Abstract Expressionism)
• Lauren Mahoney, of Delafield, “De Jardin Chandelier” (Baroque)
• Melissa Nice, of Burlington, and Lorrie Von Ende, of Maple Grove, Minn., “Sfavillio” (Art Nouveau)
• Carmen Rodriguez, of Brazil, “Luxap” (Gothic)